Broward County Civil Trial Lawyer – Attorney Alan Sackrin
39+ years of Trial Experience
Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist
If you, a loved one, or your business has had their rights violated, you should have someone who is on your side — someone who understands Florida law and knows your rights and can help guide you through the legal process.
Alan Sackrin, a Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, has 39+ years of trial experience and is an expert in civil litigation cases.
What sets Alan apart from other civil trial lawyers, are his expert trial skills, experience, and his command of civil trial procedure and the rules of evidence.
Alan Sackrin represents clients in issues related to:
- Slip and Falls
- Car and Truck Accidents
- Defamation (Libel & Slander)
- Wrongful Death
- All other serious Personal Injury matters
- Commercial Disputes
- Real Estate Litigation
Alan has filed and defended over 750 lawsuits and has over 100 jury verdicts.
What is a Jury Trial in a Florida Civil Lawsuit?
According to the Florida Office of the State Courts Administrator, a jury trial in a Florida civil lawsuit is defined as a “trial in which a group of citizens is impaneled, selected, and sworn to determine the issues of fact in a case.” For example, in a negligence lawsuit, a jury determines if the 4 elements of negligence have been proven and, if so, the damages the victim should recover for his or her injuries.
How Alan Handles Your Civil Lawsuit at Trial
Alan’s first priority is to get you the compensation you need to make you whole again. He does this by using proven trial tactics and strategies, and by using state-of-the-art tools and techniques to ensure the most effective outcome on your behalf.
Alan’s expertise as a civil trial lawyer and his command of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Evidence are evident during all phases of civil litigation, including during the pre-trial period (when medical records are gathered and reviewed and demand letters are sent), during Discovery (crafting interrogatories, requests for admissions, requests for production of documents, etc.), during Depositions of the Defendant and other material witnesses, when arguing Motions (including motions to compel and defending against motions for summary judgment), when communicating with expert witnesses, during mediation, jury selection, closing arguments and, if necessary, during post-trial appellate relief.
Alan tailors his approach to achieve the best possible resolution for your case depending on the facts and your goals. In the end, the client is in control of the process and it will be the client’s decision whether to accept a settlement or take the case to a jury.
Alan handles civil litigation cases occurring in Hallandale, Hollywood, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Weston, Davie, North Miami Beach, Dania Beach and all other cities in Miami-Dade and Broward County since 1982.
See: Sample Case Verdicts and Settlements Won
Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer
Alan Sackrin’s 39+ years of experience as a trial lawyer makes him especially qualified to handle even the most complicated cases. Alan can be found most days in either one of the Broward, Miami-Dade or Palm Beach County Courthouses.
A simple call puts you in contact with a committed, local attorney who will handle all aspects of your matter and work hard to help you get what you deserve. Alan will fight for your rights in Broward County and throughout Florida. If you or your business requires an experienced trial attorney, contact Alan Sackrin today for a free consultation.
Get A Free Case Review By An Expert Civil Trial Lawyer
Contact Alan Sackrin to find out how he can help you. You can contact him by phone at 954-458-8655 or by e-mail through this web site to schedule an appointment and learn more about your rights from a Broward County trial lawyer. He offers a free initial consultation.
You may also be interested in these civil litigation related articles written by Alan:
- Summary Judgments Hearings
- How to Answer a Lawsuit in Florida
- Insufficient Service of Process
- How Do You Know If a Lawsuit is Filed Against You?
- How To Set Aside A Judgment in Florida
- How to Compute Deadlines for Serving or Filing Court Documents in a Florida Civil Lawsuit
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